The volume contains 450 pages of less easily available sources on this frequently studied period of Roman history, concentrating on a greater range of material more contemporary than Tacitus, Suetonius and Dio. It will be of use to students and teachers, studying Roman history in the UK and at English speaking universities. Part one long texts, and part two is arranged by themes focused on political history and the emperors. The documents include inscriptions, 55 coins and 8 other illustrations; there are 7 family trees, 2 maps of the period and explanatory notes by leading academics.
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